Which Canadian companies are best positioned to grow in 2019?

The list of Canadian companies that are poised to take off in 2019 is a long one, and the list is full of names that don’t have a lot of experience in the world of logistics.

These include a number of companies that were previously known for their high-speed rail networks, or even transportation systems.

But the list also includes many more small, local, and independent companies that will have a chance to carve out a niche in the rapidly evolving global logistics market.

Here’s a look at the companies that should be on your radar heading into 2019: xpo, a logistics-services company headquartered in Montreal, was recently named as one of the top 20 largest logistics companies by U.S. travel firm Expedia.

The company has more than 3,400 employees in Canada and the United States, according to its website.

“Our team is based in the U.K., where we have been growing over the last few years, so we’re well positioned to continue to scale our operations,” said CEO John Schneider in a statement to the Globe and Mail.

xpo has a strong presence in the United Kingdom.

The firm has more customers and salespeople than most major U.G. airlines, and it has built a strong reputation for its high-end products and services, such as the X-Plane.

In 2017, it added a new brand to its portfolio of products, and announced a new partnership with the UBS bank, which will offer its services to U.B.C. and the UBC Sauder School of Business.

 The new X-plane partnership will include a free trial of the premium X-plane flight app and an introductory rate of $249.99, and a $2,499 introductory offer for an additional flight.

xpac, a Canadian logistics company based in Toronto, has been one of Canada’s most successful and recognizable logistics companies.

The group was founded in 2010 by Paul Grosvenor, an executive with a large number of Canadian airlines, including Air Canada, Bombardier, Air Canada Southwest, and Bombardive.

Its fleet of over 20,000 vehicles is the largest in North America, according the company’s website.

In 2018, it launched a new vehicle to meet the needs of the airline industry, the Viva X-10, a hybrid SUV with two different engines that can run on either gasoline or diesel.

“It’s a little bit of a different breed of vehicle than most other vehicles, but it does have a bit of the same benefits of an SUV, with the ability to go off-road,” said Grosvernor.

A new partnership will give xpac an expanded opportunity to operate more vehicles and build on its legacy by bringing its fleet of vehicles to the UB Sauder Business School of Management, where it will be able to teach its staff how to work with a range of vehicles.

The company was one of four companies named among the top 100 largest U.H.B.-based logistics companies in 2018 by UBS, which measures the market size of the largest UH-based logistics company.

Its vehicles range in price from $1,500 to $5,000, depending on the size of a customer.

The new Viva SUV will offer a full suite of onboard connectivity, including wireless charging for up to five people, a heated and air-conditioned interior, and up to two years of service.

xpo is also moving into the global marketplace, as it announced its first expansion into the Asia Pacific market.

The airline has expanded to six new destinations, including Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Bangkok.

Other new ventures are expected to be announced in the coming months.

xpac announced that it will launch a new product line with a new design and an expanded customer base.

Grosvernon is hoping that this new vehicle will be the catalyst for another expansion in the region.

“It’s going to take the momentum from the new partnership we’ve built, and we’ll see how it plays out over the next few months,” he said.

Another company that will be looking to take advantage of the growth in the global market is Express Logistics Inc., which was founded by two brothers, James and Michael Grosvedt, in 2012.

Both James and Eric Grosvets, the founders, have been part of the U-Haul family for more than 25 years, and they have a combined net worth of $5 billion.

Their new business, the Express Freight Group, is expected to grow into a logistics service provider in the transportation sector.

Exchange Logistics, which has been around since 2009, was founded to supply freight to the United Nations, with a focus on the global markets.

It is currently focused on the European Union, but is expected in 2019 to expand into the U, U.A